It’s easy if you try.
It’s easy if you try.
With information from Enterprise’s Automated Rental Management system, insurance replacement rental lengths and average labor hours are broken down by region and state.
The results of the 2012 J.D. Power and Associates Rental Car Satisfaction Study bring the issue of the smaller and larger brands into focus.
J.D. Power and Associates’ Stuart Greif talks about the 2010 North America Rental Car Satisfaction Study, how RACs were graded and why brands achieved the scores they did.
Stuart Greif, the director of the study for J.D. Power and Associates, drills down past the circle scores to analyze the factors that produced this year’s results. Factor number one—the economy, stupid!
Enterprise and Hertz are rotating the Nissan LEAF into their rental fleets. How do you rent a vehicle with brand-new technology that no one has driven before?
Do you have what it takes to be a CSO (carshare operator)? If you can harness the technology, educate your market and solve the parking, you could be raking in $1,700 RPU.
The Enterprise Rent A Car decision to buy Impalas without standard side-impact airbags brings up many questions about disclosure in the process of buying and selling cars with deleted safety items.
On August 3, the Taylor family announced it had changed the name of its corporate parent company to Enterprise Holdings. Is this a move to position itself to go public? Enterprise responds.
Enterprise CFO Bill Snyder spoke recently with Auto Rental News on how Enterprise funds its fleets (Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car), and on the company’s outlook on the current financial market.
The transaction is expected to close in April 2009. If the agreement is accepted, Enterprise will have the ability to close or continue to operate any of Advantage’s rental car facilities.
Pam Nicholson, only the second executive outside the Taylor family to serve as the company’s president, discusses her career path, the merging of Enterprise with the National and Alamo brands and how Enterprise is tackling the challenges facing the industry.
Rental car companies are mitigating fleet costs by transitioning to risk vehicles and increasing holding periods. Could self-service rental car kiosks be the next big thing?
Fewer cars means per-vehicle depreciation costs will increase by as much as 20 percent in 2007. How are the major RAC's coping?